The module enables the student to utilise critical, systematic and comprehensive approaches to clinical examination, patient assessment and diagnosis. It is ideal for healthcare professionals who have to assess and examine patients and determine their healthcare needs.
On successful completion, the student will receive a certificate for a 40 credit module which they have passed at level 7 accredited by the University. The credit may be transferred towards the MSc Professional Practice (depending on previous qualifications).
Key career benefits include:
|MODULE CODE||CAMPUS||DURATION||START DATE|
|AU3D021 (Level 6)||Glyntaff||12 weeks||There are two intakes a year - September to December; and January to March|
|AU4D013 (Level 7)||Glyntaff||12 weeks||There are two intakes a year - September to December; and January to March|
You will learn:
You will be taught through a mixture of:
Educational and clinical experts many with experience of being advanced clinical practitioners.
This module requires a total of 400 hours of study which includes taught hours provided by the module team as well as self directed and independent study.
You will need to have achieved a Bachelor’s degree as minimum entry.
You will also need to have Evidence of previous education and work in an area where these skills will benefit patient and clinician’s role
The module will be summatively assessed via 4 OSCE’s (Objective Structured Clinical Examinations). 2 in the middle of the module and 2 at the end.
These will occur within the simulation centre at the University.
You will be supported by the module manager and module team to develop your skills and knowledge but you will need a support from your practice area to develop certain skills taught within the module.